Carlube Triple R High Mileage 15w40 Motor Oil 4Litre - £3 *Instore* @ Asda - HotUKDeals
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Also had 1 litre for £1, other grades available but didn't take note of what they where. This is in the old 4lt packaging.

I know from previous posts that some people like better "branded" oil, but its still got to be a great offer while available.

"Suitable for use in higher mileage petrol and diesel engines, including classic cars"
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http://oi55.tinypic.com/w0id1h.jpg
#2
Voted hot, but can't quite see it clearly, would you mind posting a bigger picture?:p
#3
andyken
Voted hot, but can't quite see it clearly, would you mind posting a bigger picture?:p


I know, I actually resized this before I posted. I hate to think how big the original would have been.
#4
Good deal, voted hot.

Can I cook chips with this...
its cheaper than sunflower oil.
#5
Hot.

/not a brand bandit

Edited By: tawke on Mar 09, 2011 20:45
#6
guess it could be used for flushing engine out before putting in the good stuff (castrol magnatec thats on offer)
#7
Surely oil is oil? And I think this stuff will be good as long as the viscosity is right?
#8
works great in my gxsr400 (1989)
hot thankyou
#9
Very good £3. I've used Carlube oil before, its quite good, but I haven't used this particular one.

What manufacturer specifications does it meet?
#10
Damn, just bought 5 litres for £15.99
#11
high-res pic of the back would be useful to check specs
#12
Reading up on this, at this viscocity its not really right for the country we live in, but if there are the other kinds then this stuff is great - its all the same im sure.
#13
bought some cheap oil a couple of years back-had grit in the bottom !
#14
store pacific as theres none in Derby.
#15
This is cheaper than petrol.. (_;)
#16
aircanman
Reading up on this, at this viscocity its not really right for the country we live in

correct. 15w40 is really for hotter countries.
for the UK 5w30/10w30 is right
#17
naz400r
aircanman
Reading up on this, at this viscocity its not really right for the country we live in


correct. 15w40 is really for hotter countries.
for the UK 5w30/10w30 is right


The correct oil for any car is the one advised by the car manufacturer.

Different makers/cars have different requirements.
#18
naz400r
guess it could be used for flushing engine out before putting in the good stuff (castrol magnatec thats on offer)


Think you have that the wrong way round :)
Also carlube is the recommended oil for Lotus and TVR isn't it?
ETA and morgan

Edited By: andysubaru on Mar 10, 2011 08:30: Just because
#19
Louts and TVR - not exactly the pinnacle of automobile reliablity :)

Good price for very average oil, but cheap is cheap. Hot
#20
went to get one today and brought two now down to 2 pound a pop!!!!
#21
andysubaru
naz400r
guess it could be used for flushing engine out before putting in the good stuff (castrol magnatec thats on offer)
Think you have that the wrong way round

not really, i'm basing it on Car Bibles:
"The idea was that because of the higher detergent levels in diesel engine oil, it might be a good cleaner / flusher for a non-diesel engine...Generally speaking, an SAE 15W/40 diesel engine oil for about 500 miles might do the trick."

Edited By: naz400r on Mar 10, 2011 10:44
#22
naz400r
andysubaru
naz400r
guess it could be used for flushing engine out before putting in the good stuff (castrol magnatec thats on offer)
Think you have that the wrong way round
not really, i'm basing it on Car Bibles:"The idea was that because of the higher detergent levels in diesel engine oil, it might be a good cleaner / flusher for a non-diesel engine...Generally speaking, an SAE 15W/40 diesel engine oil for about 500 miles might do the trick."


Apologies, I thought you were referring to the car lube brand as a whole. I've been using the 5w40 for a while now.
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Tyranicus66
Louts and TVR - not exactly the pinnacle of automobile reliablity :)Good price for very average oil, but cheap is cheap. Hot


Which is why they have to use good oil ;)
#24
Can confirm the little 1ltr bottle of this stuff at ASDA Accrington for £1

Bought 5ltrs minutes earlier for £15 so a great deal :D
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naz400r
aircanman
Reading up on this, at this viscocity its not really right for the country we live in


correct. 15w40 is really for hotter countries.
for the UK 5w30/10w30 is right


The correct oil for any car is the one advised by the car manufacturer.

Different makers/cars have different requirements.


Rather like what you eat and drink is advised by the health authorities.
#26
aircanman
Surely oil is oil? And I think this stuff will be good as long as the viscosity is right?

Oil - the basics
^ the most informative guide engine oil in the real world, ever.

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